Survey: 34.5 Million Handsets Sold in Q2
Nearly 35 million cell phone handsets were sold in the U.S. in the second quarter of 2007, with the RAZR V3m from Motorola leading all phones with 1.3 million units, according to the quarterly report issued Monday by the research firm Strategy Analytics.
The study also found LG, Samsung and Sanyo gaining ground and Motorola losing ground, despite remaining the top supplier to three of the five operators in the U.S. Also selling well are the Nokia 6000 and Samsung A707 series. Over 200 separate phone types were sold during the quarter, Strategy Analytics said.
AT&T led carriers in sales with 8.5 million units, followed closely by Verizon.